• Ian Ender


We have two runners at Market Rasen on Thursday, where the going is good, good to soft in places.

First up at is our recent recruit Onenightintown, who to date has run in two points, four chases, and four hurdle races. He has yet to show any real form, the closest he has come to getting involved was when being beaten 35 lengths in a novice chase at Tipperary in July of last year, receiving a Racing Post rating of 90.He made his debut for us at Sedgefield last month, and has been dropped 5lb since, to a rating of 85, this will be his third attempt in handicap company.The race is over an extended two miles, for conditional jockeys, with Aiden Macdonald retaining the ride.

Once finding his form High Noon ran with credit last season, before lock down brought him to a halt.He won at Musselburgh in January, before finishing second twice, back at Musselburgh two weeks later, and at Market Rasen in March.He starts this season from a mark of 105, which is 12lb above his last winning mark, he is also entitled to need this first run back in nine months.The race is a 0-105 handicap chase, over the extended two miles and seven furlongs, at, with Billy Garritty riding him for the first time.

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